Canada Research Chair (Tier 1) In Indigenous Nationhood

The Department of Anthropology in partnership with the Indigenous Nationhood Graduate Program invites applications for a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Nationhood. Located on the traditional territories of the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples, the University of Victoria is working to make a vital impact by building an extraordinary environment that promotes mutual respect and understanding, and fosters new Indigenous programming that cuts across traditional disciplines.

Please submit your application as attachments to an e-mail sent to: .

Questions regarding the position can be addressed to the Anthropology Department chair (Dr. April Nowell) or the Indigenous Nationhood Graduate Certificate Program Director (Dr. Heidi Stark) at the above e-mail address.

Application Deadline
September 10, 2018 @ 4pm (PST)

Internsips - Deadline to apply is September 14, 2018

The Estevan Art Gallery and Museum (EAGM) is offering 2 internships. 

Research assistants

Approach your professors and ask if they have funding for research assistants. Read about your professors' research interests.

Anthropology co-op program

Check out the UVic Anthropology co-op program.

Work study positions

Work study positions run from September - April each year.

Application are available in August each year.

 Check out the UVic work study program.

Thank you for your interest.


Sessional positions

In anticipation of possible sessional opportunites becoming available, The Department of Anthropology is accepting expressions of interest for sessional teaching positions for the following academic year. Please submit electronically your Cover Letter, CV, and potential syllabi to .

Thank you for your interest.

A Post-doctoral fellowship is an excellent opportunity for recent PhDs to pursue further research, expand their publication record, and gain teaching experience.

If you're considering a post-doctoral fellowship you are encouraged to explore post-doctoral funding opportunities through SSHRCCIHR and NSERC.

Please contact Anthropology faculty at least one year before the time you'd like to begin a post-doctoral fellowship.

Studying and working in Canada

Please have a look at the following website which provides information and guidelines to help international students/visitors plan for studying, researching or working at UVic: http://www.uvic.ca/immigration/